MK1 Thanksgiving Fatality Input

If you can’t figure out the MK1 Thanksgiving Fatality input and want to now how to do it, or you don’t know how to get the Mortal Kombat 1 Thanksgiving Fatality, you’re in the right place. The move is actually pretty easy to do, but still, can’t do it if you don’t know which buttons to input. Or how to get it in the first place. That’s where we come in. Let’s begin.

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MK1 Thanksgiving Fatality Input

How to Get MK1 Thanksgiving Fatality

Before we get to the input for the Thanksgiving Fatality in MK1 or Mortal Kombat 1, we first have to explain how to get your hands on it. As far as I know, it’s only available via the Seasonal Fatalities bundle, which you can buy from the in-game store. It has three Fatalities in it: the Halloween Fatality, the Thanksgiving Fatality, and an upcoming Winter Fatality. The bundle initially cost a baffling thirty-six dollars, since dropped to twelve. Do I think they’re worth the money now? Not even close. But, if you really want to perform one of the dumbest (and still somehow most disgusting) finishing moves in Mortal Kombat history… well, you’ll have to pony up the cash. Now, let’s get into how to do it.

How to Do Thanksgiving Fatality MK1

To do the MK1 or Mortal Kombat 1 Thanksgiving Fatality, you have to input a really simple sequence of buttons. Namely, hold Block (aka R1 or the right trigger) and press Down, Down. I think it needs to be at mid range, as seen in this tweet from thethiny. It’s basically exactly the same as the Halloween Fatality, except that one requires you to press Up, Up instead. That’s basically all there is to it. And if you want to know what the Thanksgiving Fatality is like… basically, your character sets up a giant table, breaks your enemy’s jaw on the edge, force-feeds them Thanksgiving food, then jumps on their stomach until they puke to death. Neat. It’s kinda clunky and doesn’t have the usual snappy, darkly comedic pacing of other Fatalities.

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